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In what may prove to be a watershed ruling for settling questions of telecom policy, the TDSAT today upheld the concept of dual technology in telecom licenses. TDSAT dismissed the Cellular Operators Association of India's (COAI's) petition challenging the dual tech policy of Department of Telecommunications (DoT). In its judgement, the Telecom Tribunal said the concept of dual technology is not new and is part of telecom policy since 1999.



This is clearly a boost for companies like Reliance Communications (R-Comm),Tata Teleservices, HFCL and Shyam Telecom, which had benefited from a

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